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A meal is an eating occasion that takes place at a certain time and includes prepared food. The names used for specific meals in English vary, depending on the speaker's culture, the time of day, or the size of the meal.

RFID applications

Applications of RFID technology include: RFID Tags on Automobiles in Parking Garages; RFID w/Toothbrushes; RFID Tags For Laundry Settings; RFID Tags Or Labels to Find a Mate; RFID To Identify The Value Of Coins; RFID Tags In The Doctors Office; RFID Tags Or Labels In Game Arcades; RFID With Prisoners; RFID Tags To Identify Soldiers; RFID Labels As Tags To Label Particular Components Of Aircraft or Other Structures; Car, Snowmobile, Boat, Etc. Ignition That Won't Start Without RFID Card; Car seats with RFID reader and memory; Air bags that adjust based on information on RFID; Car that keeps track of GPS info and knows whos driving based on RFID; RFID Smart Closet; Method of taking attendance; RFID on networked desks to monitor the location of individuals; Personal computer reads RFID to log you in and take you to favorite web page, load favorites list, etc.; RFID labels on Files; RFID address label versions of all label and sheet inventions; RFID sports tickets; Combination function invitation and RFID chip to allow admittance; Roll of tape with RFID built in; Schoolbus reads which kids getting on, keeps record; RFID on each car wheel; RFID key to operate common-area laundry; RFID to automatically adjust weights/treadmill settings in gym; RFID w/clothes measurements, save shelf space at store, get proper size; RFID keyring w/car information; Keep track of who's driving around neighborhood; RFID dental implant; RFID Thumbtack; RFID Doorstop; RFID identification of boats or ships at docks; RFID on cups w/specifics of favorite coffee drinks; RFID on bridges with RFID tanks on top of cars, to detect speeding; RFID on studs in a wall and RFID reader that acts as a stud finder; RFID tags or labels inside tires; RFID cards supplied with newspapers or magazines; RFID card that lights up a when the user reaches a particular location; RFID sports ticket w/automatic map generation to seat; RFID card to tell school cafeteria what lunch to prepare for particular student; student desk with slot to receive RFID card, desks on networks together, Central computing system can tell where any particular student is sitting at any given moment within the school; RFID readers on outdoor play equipment; Authentication of Expensive Items With RFID; Paintings or other art work with RFID label to be used to verify the number in a limited series; RFID on sports helmet or uniform; RFID chips in paint; RFID cards issued to airline passengers to identify type of drinks and meals for a particular passenger, etc.; Greeting Cards With RFID; Decorative Tiles With RFID Tags; RFID in Car Washes; and Adaptive Advertising Based on RFID Information.

Intelligent menu ordering system

A methodology for customers seeking to purchase a meal from a food service vendor such as a restaurant, a cafeteria, or a vending machine, by ordering a food preparation based upon menu-selections. In addition to receiving ordered food, customers receive suggestions for optionally modifying their food orders based upon nutritional benefits and other criteria. Either during real-time customer-ordering or during post-ordering, a food-service vendor presents a customer suggestions specific to a pending tentative or completed order, wherein the customer may enjoy purported nutritional benefits by electing to follow these suggestions and thereby modify the tentative order into a corresponding completed order. Alternatively, the customer may elect to ignore these suggestions, but may nonetheless decide to effect such food-ordering modifications during subsequent visits. The food selection criteria implemented by a food service vendor is independent of individual customer identity and preferences, and are flexible and readily adaptable to accommodate changes such as a food service vendor's marketing strategy, customer-food preferences, discoveries pertaining to nutrition and consequent good health; and may be adapted to a plethora of food service environments. The preferred embodiment contemplates a restaurant environment in which customers typically approach a food-ordering counter and interface with both a menu display and with order-taking personnel. Other embodiments implicate kiosks, vending machines, remote access devices, and locally and remotely-accessed networked computers, wherein customers interact with automated computer-driven devices instead of or in addition to wait-staff or other food service personnel.

Convenient heat-insulation and cooking method for outdoor picnic food and device thereof

The invention discloses a convenient heat-insulation and cooking method for outdoor picnic food and a device thereof. According to the convenient heat-insulation and cooking method disclosed by the invention, a soft heat-insulation bag with a cover, which can be folded and can also be molded by supporting, is firstly machined; a light reflection film is arranged on the inner surface of a cover body; then, a liner which is tightly adhered to the inner surface of the heat-insulation bag is also machined; a transparent film is arranged on the bottom face of the liner; and the periphery of the liner is provided with a heat-absorption shell fabric. When people prepare to travel outdoors, the food is put into the liner of the soft heat-insulation bag. and the cover body of the heat-insulation bag is closed to keep fresh; when the people have a meal, the liner is turned over, and the bottom face is upwards buckled on the food in the soft heat-insulation bag; the cover body of the heat-insulation bag is wholly opened and is bent and molded, and the rear side faces the sun to heat and cook the food. According to the convenient heat-insulation and cooking method for the outdoor picnic food and the device thereof disclosed by the invention, heating equipment and fuel do not need to be carried when the people have an outdoor picnic, the applicant is convenient, and energy sources are saved; and particularly, open fire is not used so that the method and the device are not limited by prohibitive regulations.

Pressure lowering and lipid lowering sweet corn soup and preparation method thereof

The invention discloses pressure lowering and lipid lowering sweet corn soup and a preparation method thereof. The pressure lowering and lipid lowering sweet corn soup consists of the following raw materials in parts by weight: 40-50 parts of corn, 10-15 parts of oat, 5-10 parts of leek, 5-10 parts of pawpaw, 5-8 parts of cucumber, 4-6 parts of celery, 5-8 parts of chicken meal, 3-5 parts of coix seed, 3-4 parts of tangerine peel, 2-4 parts of mulberry leaf, 1-3 parts of cochinchinese asparagus root, 2-3 parts of ginkgo leaf, 1-3 parts of gynostemma pentaphyllum, 2-4 parts of medlar, 1-3 parts of egg, 2-3 parts of lactic acid bacteria tablet, 5-6 parts of grape juice and 5-7 parts of nutritional additive. The pressure lowering and lipid lowering sweet corn soup prepared by the invention is convenient to store, carry and eat, can be eaten after a can is opened, contains various nutrient substances, is rich in nutrition, has good mouthfeel, can also lower the lipid and can be eaten by various kinds of people; the formula contains natural plant compositions such as the tangerine peel, the mulberry leaf, the cochinchinese asparagus root and ginkgo leaf; the sweet corn soup has the effects of lowering lipid, lowering pressure, tonifying lung, strengthening spleen, protecting liver and nourishing kidney, can be eaten for a long time, can nourish the five internal organs, improves the immunity and has a health care effect of strengthening the body.

Internet based airline ticket purchasing and vacation planning system and method

A system and method of processing a travel plan request from a customer includes (1) receiving customer information from a customer; (2) storing in a database the customer information; (3) sending to an agent a notification by an email, the notification including a link to the website, wherein the agent can access package request details by navigating to the link; (4) sending to the agent periodic re-notifications if the agent fails to respond within a first predetermined period of time; (5) displaying to the agent the package request details on the website; (6) receiving via the website a response to the email from the agent; (7) storing in the database the response from the agent; (8) sending to the customer a notification of the response from the agent; (9) sending a re-notification to the customer if the customer fails to respond within a second predetermined period of time; (10) displaying to the customer a package quotation based on the response from the agent, wherein the package quotation includes any combination of budget, destination, origin, departure and return dates, preference of hotel type, preference of hotel room, preference of meal type, preference of flight type, flight class, number of passengers (adults, children, infants), additional remarks; (11) from the customer receiving a response indicating an acceptance or a rejection; (12) upon acceptance, sending an email to the agent with details of customer acceptance.
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